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Visit Marrakesh: Your Travel Guide

The incantations of the “muezzin”, the balmy aromas of spices, the mind-boggling mosaics… Marrakech has all your senses working overtime. From the non-stop hullabaloo of Djemaa El Fna to the technicolour haven of Majorelle Gardens, this is a city that impels you to scratch beneath the surface.

Things to Do in Marrakesh

Koutoubia
Kowtow in Koutoubia! This mosque’s handsome minaret has dominated the Marrakech skyline for over nine hundred years. From this soaring vantage point, the “adhan” (call to prayer) echoes across Djemaa El Fna Square and calls believers in to kneel and reflect. Due to entrance rules, non-Muslims will have to be content with gawping at Marrakech’s iconic spire from the outside.
Corner Rue El-Koutoubia & Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 08:00-20:00
Djemaa El Fna
The eye of the Marrakech storm. From dawn to dusk and beyond, this historic square is a swirling whirlpool of humanity. Snake charmers and fortune tellers, wise men, mad men, magicians, musicians and mystics – all members of the fast-flowing dramatis personae of Djemaa el Fna. Take a deep breath, dive in and see which characters you encounter. One thing it won’t be is boring.
Djemaa El Fna Square, Medina, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-02:00
Majorelle Gardens
The colours, the colours! These gardens are a stunningly vivid palette of resplendent rainbow shades. This place is a photographer’s dream ticket – the walls, doors and plant pots are all painted in electric colours, playing off nature’s greenery in kaleidoscope harmony. The maze of bamboo and trickling streams is a real oasis of peace amid the chaos.
Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 08:00-18:00
Medersa Ben Youssef
Now this is one cool school. Medersa Ben Youssef is an architectural diamond hidden in the rough of mazy Medina. It’s an Islamic college where pious clever clogs once came to study the Koran. These lucky scholars were able to look up from their manuscripts and see a physical glorification of God, with spellbinding patterns wrought in tiny mosaic tiles and carved cedar wood.
Kaat Benahid, Kasbah, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-18:00
Marrakech Museum
Sometimes the vase trumps the flower. This museum is a window into Moroccan history through its collection of coins, pottery, jewellery, weapons and artwork. However, the jewel in the crown is the building itself. It’s a beautifully restored 19th-century palace that dazzles with detail, from its impeccable mosaics to the stupendous and humongous filigree chandelier.
Place Ben Youssef, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-18:30
Saadian Tombs
In death, we are all equal. But some are more equal than others. Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour built this magnificent mausoleum for his entourage. Children and grand-children are buried in mosaicked tombs in the garden, now prowled by stray cats. The sultan himself ghas the choicest spot – his marble tombs rises out of psychedelic tiled flooring, overlooked by stunning stucco cupolas.
Kasbah, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 08:30-11:45 and 14:30-17:45
El Badi Palace
From sultans to storks. When this palace was built in the 16th century, it was the envy of rulers worldwide. Bursting with carved marble and gold leaf, it lived up to its name of “The Incomparable”. But the ravages of time have left a shell, albeit an eerily magnificent one. The thick, scarlet walls are riddled with crumbling pockmarks, with storks the only modern-day watchmen.
Ksibat Nhass, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 08:45-12:45 and 14:30-18:30
Bahia Palace
The White House, 10 Downing Street… and Bahia Palace. This presidential residence was commissioned by Grand Vizier Si Moussa in the 19th century, bringing together Morocco’s top artisans and interior designers. The result is a palace that brims with detail – intricate geometric mosaics underfoot, sultry stucco overhead. Not a bad place to live with your twenty-eight-strong harem.
Rue Riad Zitoun el-Jedid, Kasbah, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 08:30-12:00 and 14:30-18:00
Menara Gardens
In this most photogenic of cities, Menara Gardens are supremely postcard-worthy. The snowy crags of the Atlas Mountains loom in the background, sweeping across the hazy horizon. Nestled among olive groves, a placid expanse of lake reflects the simple pavilion. It’s a centuries-old panorama that’s loved by locals – Menara’s the go-to strolling spot for families and lovebirds alike.
Avenue de la Menara, Hivernage, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-17:00
Agdal Gardens
Groovy groves. Agdal Gardens is a vast horde of fruit trees boxed into square plots, irrigated by melt-water that flows straight from the Atlas Mountains. Oranges and pomegranates, lemons, figs and apricots – Agdal’s one fruity garden. In the middle of it all sits Dar El-Hana, a colonnaded pavilion beside a once-pristine pool that exudes a tumble-down charm.
Medina, Marrakech
Open Monday-Sunday 09:00-17:00
The Mellah
Going to the Mellah is a walk down Marrakesh’s memory lane. This area is Marrakesh’s old Jewish Quarter, where merchants once came to trade salt and spices from abroad. Today, the area is still very much the same – down impossibly narrow alleyways, stands are lined with piles of colorful spices, dried leaves, natural remedies and more.
Spice Souk
Nowhere embodies Marrakesh’s assault on the senses quite like the Spice Souk. At this market, the full spectrum of spicy aromas blend and invade your nostrils, as a myriad of bowls dazzle with heaping cones of colorful dust. This is also the place to come if you’ve lost your faith in conventional medicine – there’s a remedy for everything here, from the common cold to a fear of evil spirits.
Jemaa el-Fna
In Marrakesh's main square, the craziness is all part of the fun. Head down in evening for the legendary night market, where food carts serve up fragrant local delicacies, mystical magicians perform tricks, and vendors compete for your cash. It’s a true Marrakesh institution – when you’re in the right mood, it’s extremely enjoyable.
Mellah Market
Going to the Mellah is a walk down Marrakesh’s memory lane. This area is Marrakesh’s old Jewish Quarter, where merchants came to trade salt and spices from abroad. Today the area runs pretty much the same way – down narrow alleyways, stalls are lined with stacks of colorful spices, dried leaves, natural remedies, and more.
Gueliz
Living proof that Marrakech is more than just the ancient medina, the Guéliz district is full of energy. This modern neighborhood is packed with brand-name stores, vibrant restaurants and buzzing pavement terraces. Shop ‘til you drop next to local trendsetters before getting down on the dance floor in the city’s most fashionable nightspots.
Palmeraie
Swaying palm trees stretch as far as the eye can see in this enchanting Moroccan oasis. Located on the northern fringe of hectic Marrakech, the Palmeraie is a laid-back world of luxurious villas, fragrant gardens, and shady spots just for relaxing. Culture lovers can get a taste of traditional North African life on a camel tour led by local Berber people.
Tanneries in Marrakech
The tanneries are a fascinating, if smelly, trip back in time. You can discover how leather is made and explore the local shops, which are packed with beautiful bags, jackets and shoes. To get the full historical experience, it’s best to go here with a guide – just make sure you negotiate the price beforehand.
Ourika Valley Day Trip
The Ourika Valley unfolds beneath the High Atlas mountain foothills, waiting to be explored. You’ll rise early for a tasty homemade breakfast with an indigenous Berber family before heading out on camelback. Deep within the valley, you’ll discover rushing waterfalls, lush greenery and medieval farming techniques still being practised today. After an invigorating hike, there’s just enough time left for a delicious Moroccan lunch.
Ouzoud Waterfalls
The little village of Ouzoud lies around two and a half hours from Marrakech – with plenty of gorgeous scenery to enjoy en route. A waterfall day trip will see you hiking through olive groves, spotting wild macaque monkeys as you go. Worked up a sweat? Take a cooling dip in the turquoise pool at the foot of the falls, with the water thundering above you.
Ait Ben Haddou and Telouet Kasbahs Day Trip
On your adventure, you’ll cross the High Atlas mountains and wind through breathtaking Tizi-n-Tichka pass, with Berber villages scattered up the mountainside. Stopping first at Telouet – once home to the Glaoui tribe – you’ll marvel at fluted pillars, painted ceilings and coloured glasswork. Then, on to famous Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site and significant stronghold on the Salt Road trading route.
Atlas Mountains Tour
Trekking into the Atlas Mountains, you’ll explore on foot and on camelback, taking in the incredible views of the Asni and Imlil valleys along the way. The trail passes through Berber villages, where you’ll discover more about the traditional Moroccan way of life, and even find yourself invited in for a delicious dinner!
Essaouira Day Trip
The port town of Essaouira is best explored by simply wandering. Roam past medieval ramparts and keep an eye out for the French and Portuguese influences found amidst its narrow streets. Lunch is served up ocean-fresh by the harbour and a long stretch of pristine beach beckons. You’ll be picked up from your Marrakech accommodation and dropped back off again at the end of the day.
Marrakech Souk
Plunge headfirst into the hectic hustle and bustle of Marrakech Souk. Selling everything from spices to beautiful Moroccan lamps, this labyrinthine market is a riot of sights, sounds and smells. Be prepared for the stallholders’ persistence and get ready to haggle hard for your bargains – it’s all part of the experience. Book a guide in advance to get the best out of your visit!
Bad Doukkala Food Market
A street where locals shop, Rue Bab Doukkala is the perfect place to get an authentic feel for Marrakech without the intense atmosphere of the souks. Along this stretch, butchers, spice sellers and grocers sit alongside bakeries where families take homemade dough to be transformed into hunks of fragrant bread. Wander along and watch as the pattern of daily life unfolds.
Cherifia Market
More of a shopping centre than a street market, Cherifia offers a whole different feel to Marrakech’s other souks. On the ground floor you’ll find a selection of handmade Moroccan wares like woven baskets and traditional pottery, while upstairs a range of modern boutiques fuse local culture with contemporary design.

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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

10
Exceptional
There are a lot taxi, if you have shuttle bus service use it. Everything is at the center square, even the most popular must visit destinations are all in the square. You could save a lot of Taxi rides- 50dirhams.
Kelly
United Kingdom
October 14, 2017
10
Exceptional
Loved everything about the city. The main square was amazing and full of interesting things and people to look at. The food is excellent and everyone was very friendly towards us.
Graham
New Zealand
October 13, 2017
10
Exceptional
The people are so friendly. The souks are an experience. Road Bindoo was the perfect place to stay. Weather great. Cocktails at La Moumounia.
Josie
United Kingdom
October 13, 2017
10
Exceptional
You have to get used a bit to the huzzle and buzzle in Marrakech, especially if you arrive at night like we did, but after that first mkment you'll love it! Lots to see on the streets, never a dull moment!
Nadine
Netherlands
October 14, 2017
8
Very Good
Make sure you have a GPS, as the road signage is pretty poor, one sign at the end of the road and rarely a sign to the attractions,I.E. Marrakech Museum. No signs anywhere.
United Kingdom
October 14, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in Marrakesh

Les Jardins De La Koutoubia

8.9 Excellent

Score from 781 reviews

$245

Average price per night
  • “location was great”
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  • “great pool area”
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Eden Andalou Aquapark & SPA - All Inclusive

7.3 Good

Score from 1,536 reviews

$116

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  • “great pool area”
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  • “excellent quality of food”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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Kenzi Club Agdal Medina - All Inclusive

8.1 Very Good

Score from 1,448 reviews

$153

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
    70 related reviews
  • “excellent quality of food”
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Kenzi Menara Palace & Resort All Inclusive

8.1 Very Good

Score from 1,130 reviews

$127

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  • “great pool area”
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Opera Plaza Hotel Marrakech

8.3 Very Good

Score from 1,703 reviews

$95

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Les Jardins de l'Agdal Hotel & Spa

7.4 Good

Score from 1,659 reviews

$89

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  • “beautiful building”
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Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Hotel

7.9 Good

Score from 613 reviews

$121

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  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “great pool area”
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Kenzi Farah-All Inclusive Available

6.5 Review score

Score from 1,244 reviews

$73

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Hotel Almas

8.2 Very Good

Score from 1,142 reviews

$46

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Popular Neighborhoods in Marrakesh

Medina

828 properties

The full-on Marrakech experience. The old town is an unfathomable maze that launches a total assault on the senses. Sharpen your bartering skills in a “souk” (market) and gaze at masterful carvings in Medersa Ben Youssef. As dusk nears, take your seat at Café du Grand Balcon and watch the timeless variety show that is Djemaa El Fna Square.

Mechouar-Kasbah

164 properties

Rock the Mechouar-Kasbah! El Badi Palace certainly did back in the day. It hosted all manner of mediaeval knees-ups before being left to crumble. Seek out more ruins among these impossibly narrow streets. Twist and turn through the labyrinth to track down the exquisite Saadian tombs – a beautiful reminder that you can’t take it with you.

Gueliz

78 properties

Had your fill of haggling? Head to Guéliz for a more orthodox and stress-free shopping experience. Moor and Studio Lalla sell Moroccan chic that’ll be the envy of friends back home. For scented candles and assorted trinkets, make a bee-line for L’Orientaliste. Then stop off to soak up colonial grandeur at Grand Café de la Poste.

Hivernage

60 properties

Thoroughly modern Marrakech. Hivernage’s avenues are lined with shiny apartment blocks, offices and shops. Splash your dirhams at La Mamounia Casino, or scratch that retail itch in outlets like Zara and Louis Vuitton. Then make for Le Comptoir, where candlelit dinners can easily morph into an extravaganza of live music and “joie de vivre”.

Palmeraie

40 properties

Palm trees, palm trees, everywhere! Stretching out towards the Atlas Mountains, Palmeraie is known for its luxurious buildings in the shade of its numerous date palms. It’s dotted with lavish film-star villas, tip-top hotels and immaculate golf courses. Work on that swing at Palm Golf before a pamper-fest at Le Palmeraie Spa. This is the life!

Agdal

30 properties

To the country! Alongside this road out of the city, the endless olive groves of Oliveraie and Agdal Gardens evoke a lost rural idyll from times past. Join city-dwellers for a stroll around the placid lake of Sahrij Al-Menzeh. Then cut a rug at Pacha Marrakech Nightclub, where Ibiza beats blend with Moroccan opulence to create a heady cocktail.

Mellah

20 properties

Mellah became the city’s Jewish quarter in 1558. Found in the medina (old citadel), traces of the old neighbourhood still remain. Lazama Synagogue’s courtyard brims with blue hues, but it’s hard to locate – tip a local kid and they’ll show you. Then wander the Jewish Cemetery to see the white-washed tombs of wise elders, and sip mint tea on Le Tanjia’s terrace.

Avenue Mohamed VI

19 properties

Hail King Mohamed! Once known as Avenue de France, this long avenue was recently renamed after the country’s head honcho. The links to old Morocco don’t end there – its modern office blocks are resplendent in ochre hues, a nod to the city’s architectural heritage. In December, film royalty descends on Conference Palace for Marrakech Film Festival.

Targa

11 properties

Safe and sleepy. This upscale district is the definition of a residential neighbourhood. It’s peppered with plush villas and pristine apartment blocks, where privileged schoolchildren hop in and out of SUVs or splash about in private pools. A smattering of supermarkets and hospitals complete the picture of Targa’s modern suburban idyll.

Chrifia

3 properties

Splash! Chrifia’s known for its swimming pools, a welcome watery tonic amid the dusty African heat. Plage Rouge is a waterside lounge where cool cats sip cocktails and bask on red loungers. Oasiria Water Park offers thrills and spills aplenty for families and adrenaline junkies. If you’d rather be roaming the fairway, Atlas Golf is the place to go.

Local Tips for Marrakesh

Mountain Views
Zineb by Zineb

Zineb moved to Marrakech 10 months ago and loves hanging out in its cultural heart, the Medina.

I love to wander through the Medina’s winding streets and stop off at Café des Epices, which treats you to a great view of the mountains and some delicious cinnamon tea. The Medina is a great place to be around during evening prayer time, when its many mosques come to life.

  • Café des épices, Place des épices (Rahba), Medina, Marrakech
Traditional Story telling
Bouchra by Bouchra

Bouchra’s new to Marrakech but already loves the lifestyle and its mix of modern and traditional.

Café Clock is a great place to hang out and soak up some of the city’s arts, music and creativity, along with some good food. Other events include yoga, cooking, dancing and calligraphy classes, as well as traditional story-telling, known as Hikayat.

  • 224 Derb Chtouka, Marrakech
  • Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-22:00
Grande Stade de Marrakech Stadium
Saad by Saad

Saad moved from Casablanca to Marrakech last year and loves its climate and welcoming people.

There’s nothing like going to watch a football match in the Grande Stade de Marrakech Stadium. It’s painted in red, which is very much the colour of the city and it’s packed with atmosphere on game days.

  • Km9, Casablanca Road (National Road N°9), Marrakech
Ourika Valley
Mariem by Mariem

Mariem is proud to have lived in Marrakech all her life.

I love to venture out the city into the Ourika Valley, about an hour’s drive away. You can take a picnic and laze by streams and waterfalls, all in the shadow of the beautiful Atlas Mountains.

  • High Atlas, 30 km from Marrakech
Maison de la Photographie
Yasmina by Yasmina

Yasmina was born in the north of Morocco but is a regular visitor to fascinating Marrakech.

Maison de la Photographie is home to over 8000 photographs taken between 1870 and 1950. The terrace offers picture-perfect views and is a great spot to grab some lunch.

City View
Ismail by Ismail

Ismail has spent his life living in Rabat and Casablanca and is a regular visitor to Marrakech.

Gaze over the Red City from The Pearl Marrakech’s Namazake Restaurant Bar & Sky Lounge. You can savour some delicious Japanese food, or simply relax in the sumptuous surroundings of the terrace, which looks onto the Medina, Agdal Gardens, Imperial Ramparts and the Atlas Mountains.

  • Restaurant & Bars-Namazake Sky Lounge, Angle Av. Echouhada Et Rue Du Temple, Hivernage, Marrakech
Palm Grove
Abir by Abir

Abir hails from Marrakech and loves to party, travel and discover new cultures and cuisine.

Palm Grove is an exclusive, enclosed area set in Palmeraie, packed with resorts, restaurants and bars. You can explore its desert landscape by camel or quad-bike, and there are also activities including golfing, horse riding and swimming.

  • Circuit de la Palmeraie BP 1488, Marrakech
Dyer’s Street
Nebia by Nebia

Nebia has lived in the city for a year and keeps on discovering new parts to it!

Start exploring the Medina at Dar el Bach House — the only part of the quarter accessible by car — and wander past charming antique shops. Admire the foundouks (traditional Moroccan inns set around courtyards) and cross Rue Mouassine into the colourful, centuries-old Dyer’s Street.

  • Dar El Bacham, Medina, Marrakech
Bab Agnaoui
Houriya by Houriya

Houriya fell in love with Marrakech’s charm 9 years ago when she moved here.

Bab Agnaoui is beautiful gate located in the Medina’s atmospheric Kasbah area. I love to walk through the surrounding souks (bazaars), along to Djemaa el-Fnaa Square. It’s a great spot to check out some restaurants, or to treat yourself to a session at a hammam.

  • Bab Agnaou, Medina, Marrakech
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Recommended in Marrakesh

The bizarre ritual/game of manoeuvering around crowded souks (covered markets), avoiding the motorbikes, donkey-carts & stray cats, while trying to admire the billion fascinating, colourful items without being dragged into a protracted haggling/argument with every single stallholder! If you have a beard, expect to be called "Ali-Baba" by everyone! Best to just smile in polite incomprehension and pretend you speak nothing but Sumerian to avoid talking to everyone. Be incredibly discrete when taking photos to avoid being 'charged' for the privilege. Enticing smells and curious sights around every corner.

Never look lost! Try not to look too much like a tourist. Say 'non merci' (no thank you) and smile sweetly if approached by a young man with an offer to help you find somewhere or sell you something you don't want!

The open top buses are an excellent and cheap way to see the sights without the hassle of constant haggling over prices.

Did not go to market only vegetable and fish. Best not to speak any language.

Narrow and busy streets with small markets and vendors everywhere.

they are very helpful. polite, respectable and jolly

Food tour, cooking classes

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Good food at good prices.

Transportation

Marrakesh Transportation

Air – Marrakech Ménara Airport

Menara Airport is located 5 km outside the city and a taxi from here to the city centre will cost you about EUR 7 but it’s best to agree on a price beforehand. The public bus no. 19’s express service runs every 20 to 30 minutes and stops at the city’s main square, Djemaa El-Fna. Buses cost around EUR 8 for a single trip, or EUR 13 return, tickets can be bought on board.

Bus

The city’s 30 bus routes pass through Djemaa El-Fna Square and you can buy tickets on board, costing around EUR 1 for a single trip within the centre. The main bus station is Gare Routiere Voyageurs Marrakech and inter-city connections run by several companies such as CTM leave from here. Buses run till around 23.00 and after this time, it’s best to jump in a taxi.

Scooter

Locals tend to travel around by scooter rather than by car and there are lots of places where you can hire a scooter or a motorbike. It gets very hectic around the centre, so bear this in mind if you aren’t used to travelling by these means. It's good to know that you can only enter the Medina by bike or scooter. A scooter will cost around EUR 2 per hour to hire, while motorcycles will cost about EUR 30 for a day’s rental.

Train

Trains are not used to travel within the city itself and there is only one train station in Marrakech, Gare de Marrakech. ONCF runs regular services to Casablanca, Tangier, Rabat and Fez. First class carriages have air conditioning and you can book tickets online in advance.

Taxi

Taxis are a bit tricky if you’re not local, so it’s best to consult your accommodation’s staff for some advice if you have any doubts. It’s also advisable to ask for a metered fare and not to negotiate a price. Petit Taxis are small yellow cars that can be found all over the city and can take a maximum of 3 passengers. Grand Taxis can take up to 6 passengers and are a little cheaper, if less comfortable!

Caléche

Calèches are carriages which run in the city centre and are a popular way for tourists to get around. They stop at Square de Foucauld and can take 4 to 5 passengers. A typical tour around the Medina will cost between EUR 10 and 20, and would take in sights including Menara Gardens and Koutoubia Mosque.

Food in Marrakesh

Top Restaurants in Marrakesh

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Extrablatt Lounge Marrakech
  • Corner Avenue Echouhada and Avenue El Kadissia, Hivernage, Marrakech
  • Open every day 08:00-22:00
  • 00212 662 17 56 29
Upscale Dining
International
Lotus Club
Mid-Range Fare
Grill
Table du Marché
Upscale Dining
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L'Orangerie
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Pastaz
  • Rue el Imam Chafii, Marrakech
  • Open every day 12:00-16:00 and 19:00-23:30
  • 00212 524 44 70 70
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Le Foundouk
Upscale Dining
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Restaurant Diaffa
Upscale Dining
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Le Tobsil
  • 22 Derb Abdellah Ben Hessein, Medina, Marrakech
  • Open Wednesday-Monday 19:30-00:00
  • 00212 524 44 40 52
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Le Jad Mahal
Mid-Range Fare
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Cantobar
  • 38/39 Boulevard Moulay El Hassan, Hivernage, Marrakech
  • Open every day 19:30-01:00
  • 00212 524 43 33 50
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Henna Café
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L'Epicurien
  • Rue Ibrahim El Mazini, Casino de Marrakech, Hivernage, Marrakech
  • Open every day 20:30-03:00
  • 00212 620 28 25 14
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Le Jardin
Upscale Dining
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Al Khaïma
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Jack is Back
Upscale Dining
Moroccan
Le Stylia
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Rock'n'Kech
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Narwama
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La Casa
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Amaia Restaurant
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Restaurant Al Bahja
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Caruso
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Djemma El-Fna Food Stalls
  • Djemaa El Fna Square, Medina, Marrakech
  • Open every day 07:00-01:00
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